Let your kids embark on a multisensory adventure

What is Sensory Play Co. about?

Are you looking for fun, educational activity, stress free party to do at the venue of your choice with your infant, toddler, or school going child? Convert your child’s birthday parties into a fun and engaging exercise to excel in many different areas:

  • Enhance your child’s senses
  • Look. Listen. Touch. Taste. Smell.
  • How do you keep a room of energetic toddlers happily occupied at the party? With sensory play of course!
  • Explore-Create-Discover

Toddlers love sensory activities because of all the novel sensations and sights they can experience. Our brightly colored sensory play props are designed to pique their curiosity while giving them a safe space to explore freely with their hands and feet.

These play activities are also great way for parent-child bonding at the same time allowing children to have access to unrestricted play which allows them to build their independence at the same time promotes early years learning. We provide unique opportunities for children and their parents to engage in educational and fun play.

In order to make your party unique and exciting we offer a variety of activities for your little ones to squeeze, pour, drop and generally get messy.

To make your party more entertaining and fun we play music.

Come and experience sensory messy play and leave the cleaning to us.

Why is Sensory Play so important?

Sensory play encourages discovery and independent thinking as well as language development, cognitive growth, fine and gross motor skills, problem solving skills, social interaction.

Who’s invited to come along and play?

We have planned parties for babies starting from 6 months old (who can sit up aided or unaided) who can play with their parents and family through to 6 year olds. Older siblings are most welcome to participate in this unique fun party.

Why choose us?

We believe that most birthday parties have non interactive elements that kids often do not enjoy such as a clown or puppet show. Hence our aim is to engage their senses by creating an immersive environment which provides constructive fun. We ensure kids that they can have the fun of being allowed to paint or scribble on canvas walls which they might not be allowed to do so at home.

Dr. Tina Chhatpar a leading dentist by profession is also a doting mother to her two year old son Riaan. Experimenting with different ways to enhance Riaan’s sensory play, she came up an idea on how to bring this unique concept to India.

Bored with the regular theme décor parties whereby clowns and puppets are given a lot of importance. She wanted children to stimulate their creativity and senses, thus allowing children to have unrestricted fun. She is an active blogger on instagram and gives tips to various moms based on her experience.

Sensory Play in the Media around the World

Heal, love, play  Jul 19,2019

Until a few years ago, as a parent of a special needs child, Tanmayi Manjeshwar would spend a day packed with appointments with the physiotherapist, speech therapist and others to help her daughter meet her developmental milestones. Eventually, making it to all these meetings became overwhelming, which was the point when she resorted to ‘play’.

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Why messy play is important (and how to limit the damage)  3 August 2019

In a digital age it's very tempting to assign your child screen time - it keeps the little one busy and at the same time, out of your hair.RELATED: Why sensory toys are the in-thing to buy your kids this Christmas But, youngsters shouldn't be missing out on messy, or sensory, play argues parenting expert Nikki Bush.

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Calling timeout from smartphones

CINDY, 29, a mother of a five-year-old, is increasingly concerned about the amount of time her son spends on the smartphone watching cartoons. However, she says that he is also learning about basic concepts like the alphabet, animals and sports through his digital device. “Although he spends more time than he should on the smartphone, he is still learning. However, I try to limit his use where possible as I realise it can be addictive and spoil his eyesight,” she said.

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'Don't stress about the mess: let kids help in the kitchen'

As the summer holidays draw to a close, families will be wondering if it's possible to get their eating back on track after weeks of irregular meals, endless snacks and far too many ice creams, sweets and sugary drinks.For many of us, September is the real start of the new year and a great month for a reboot of the family's approach to food, with the aim of implementing long-lasting, positive changes.

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